Distal radioulnar The distal radioulnar joint is at the wrist where the two forearm bones meet. Ulnocarpal Joint The ulnocarpal joint includes the ulna, one of the dip joint of thumb bones, as well as the lunate and triquetrum. The central slip attaches to the dorsal tubercle of the middle phalanx near the PIP joint.
Interphalangeal joints of the hand
Metacarpophalangeal Joint MCP joint The MP joint is dip joint of thumb the hand bone called the metacarpal meets the finger bones called the phalanges. Use quotes "search term" to only include pages with the same words in the same order. This results in the extensor tendon snapping to the pinky side of the hand. The terminal extensor tendon in the thumb comes from the extensor pollicis longus muscle. The joints in our hands are made up of cartilage surfaces that cap the bones.
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The radiocapitellar joint is formed by the coming together of the radius and the capitellum, which is a part of the humerus. Carpal tunnel Ulnar canal. The radiocapitellar joint is formed by the coming together of the radius and the capitellum, which is a part of the humerus. The palmar plate forms a semi-rigid floor and the collateral ligaments the walls in a mobile box which moves together with the distal part of the joint and provides stability to the joint during its entire range of motion. These three bands are united by a transverse retinacular ligament, which runs from the palmar border of the lateral band to the flexor sheath dip joint of thumb the level of the joint and which prevents dorsal displacement of that lateral band.